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Nexia International welcomes new member firm in Cambodia

Nexia International has added a new member firm PAC (Cambodia) Co., Ltd. in Cambodia.

With its main office in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, PAC (Cambodia) Co., Ltd. has 9 partners and 49 members of staff.  The firm provides taxation, corporate and commercial law, secretariat, audit and assurance, transactions and insolvency services as well as financing SMEs. It specialises in financial and banking, not-for-profit organisations, logistics and airlines, energy and infrastructure, manufacturing and telecommunications.

Managing Partner, Paul Makaratithyasak says, “I am looking forward to joining the network and working with other Nexia member firms. Together, we are stronger!’’ 

Kevin Arnold, CEO, Nexia International?says, “We are pleased to welcome PAC (Cambodia) Co. Ltd. to our network. We look forward to working with them to strengthen our resources and expertise in Asia Pacific.”

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